We love Paris and were looking forward to an authentic French restaurant in Pittsburgh. I can't say enough good things about this restaurant. The food was excellent and exactly as we remember from our trip to France and our waitress, Marie-Lise was wonderful. My daughter already said she wants to go back for her birthday this summer. This is now our favorite restaurant in Pittsburgh.
Place is good, food is good too but is little pricey. And there were less options as was in the online menu. If there was different menu for any special occasion, they should have updated in the website or at least in the confirmation email
Extremely disappointing first visit to this restaurant on Valentine’s Day. The volume of reservations was clearly overwhelming for both the kitchen and waitstaff. The food was not particularly good and my entree arrived to the table cold. My dining partner said the Filet Mignon was “TV dinner style”. Portion sizes were small and the cost (more than $100/person with auto gratuity included for the Valentine’s Day menu) was exorbitant given the quality of the experience.
The cuisine was extraordinary, but the bill was ridiculously overpriced. I've dined at some of the finest restaurants in New York City and didn't pay even half the price of Bistro 66. Their pricing needs a serious reality check.
Food and service were amazingly good, but take out a loan before you make a reservation here.
Now that we are retired, we have come to the conclusion that a Valentine’s Day lunch in a favorite restaurant is preferable to a Valentine’s Day dinner. We don’t miss the crowds, the wait times or the higher prices in the evening. We booked a late lunch at Paris 66 and took along 2 friends and a favorite bottle of wine - for a reasonable $15 corkage fee. The food was fabulous. Rave reviews for the fois gras, the buckwheat crepes, a silky butternut squash soup and divine smoked salmon and goat cheese quiche. The beautiful Marie-Lise is a knowledgeable and welcoming server. And the whole experience is almost as good as a quick trip to a Paris cafe. We all decided that Valentine’s Day lunch at Paris 66 is a tradition worth continuing!
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Patrick was an excellent server.
Food was excellent. Ambience and decor were nice, though nothing special. Service was very good. But the food was way overpriced. A Valentines date for two should not cost $300! Definitely having buyers regret on this one.
The food and the service are always 10/10. One of our very favorite spots.
This is kind of a traditional French restaurant and it is very different from fancy French cuisine, which means it's not suitable for everyone. I would recommend the mussels, but would not recommend the roast duck and the duck liver. The liver is kind of sour and weird and the duck is plain.